Analyzing the syllogisms

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This syllogism is inductive. I believe this to be true because one of the premises is probable; it is possible for the conclusion to be false. Students may take a humanity class other than critical thinking. I do not think this syllogism is deductively valid because one of the premises may not be true and that could make the conclusion is false.

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Analyzing the syllogismsSyllogism 1All college students are required to take a Humanities class. Critical Thinking is a Humanities class.All college students take Critical Thinking.This syllogism is inductive. I believe this to be true because one of the premises is probable; it is possible

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